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Data Series 272

U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Data Series 272
Version 1.1, August 30, 2007

Spring Database for the Basin and Range Carbonate-Rock Aquifer System, White Pine County, Nevada, and Adjacent Areas in Nevada and Utah

Prepared in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management

By Michael T. Pavelko

Abstract

A database containing nearly 3,400 springs was developed for the Basin and Range carbonate-rock aquifer system study area in White Pine County, Nevada, and adjacent areas in Nevada and Utah. The spring database provides a foundation for field verification of springs in the study area. Attributes in the database include location, geographic and general geologic settings, and available discharge and temperature data for each spring.

Contents

Foreword
Abstract
Introduction
Spring Database
Summary
References Cited
Appendix A. Spring database for the Basin and Range carbonate-rock aquifer system study area, Nevada and Utah
Appendix B. Discharge data for springs in the Basin and Range carbonate-rock aquifer system study area, Nevada and Utah
Appendix C. Temperature data for springs in the Basin and Range carbonate-rock aquifer system study area, Nevada and Utah

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